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Volume 90 



Lebanon Valley College 

101 N. College Avenue 
Annville, PA 17003 
717.867.6100 
www.lvc.edu 



Changes... 

LVC celebrated the inauguration of its 17th 
president, Stephen C. MaeDonald, on Saturday, 
April 30. 

MaeDonald was appointed by a unanimous vote of 
the Board of Trustees. Since 1998, he had served as 
vice president for academic affairs and dean of the 
faculty. In May 2004, he accepted the role of acting 
president after former President G. David Pollick left 
the College to become president of Birmingham- 
Southern College in Alabama. 

"I am honored by the trust placed in me by the 
College's Board of Trustees, the search committee, the 
faculty, students and staff of the College," stated 
MaeDonald. "In my seven years here, I have learned 
how gifted our faculty members are and how devoted 
they are to our students. The students continue to 
impress me with their constant willingness to learn 
and grow. It is with great pleasure that I accept this 
challenge." 

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Actuarial Science 



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Digital Communications 



Jason Ambrose 

Biology 




Heather Anderbery 

Elementary Education 



Kristen Augustine 

Mathematics 



Amanda Bahn 

Elementary Education 



Ashley Barber 

History 




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Chemistry 



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Psychology 



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Williams became interested in studying abroad during her high school 
s, but it was her time at LVC that allowed her to pursue that interest as she 
ied in Salamanca, Spain during the fall of 2002. According to Shila, the 
opportunity allowed her to gain a sense of who she is, her priorities and who 
best fits within those priorities, while also giving her a different perspective 
about the world. In addition to her time in Spain, she also traveled to Italy and 
Switzerland with fellow senior Kate Ruhl during her senior spring break. 

After graduation, Shila will attend the University of Pittsburgh's graduate 
school to study social work. She wants to work with older adults, with the 
dream of becoming the administrator of a nursing home. After two internships 
at Kindred Place in the spring of 2004 and 2005, she knew her heart would be 
devoted to social work. After beginning school as an elementary education 
major, Shila never dreamed that she would work with older adults. With the 
encouragement of her professors, she became a psychology major, with a minor 
in Spanish. This was a change that would lead her life in the most wonderful, 
fulfilling direction she could ever imagine. 

Along with studying abroad and having an internship, Shila was very 
involved at LVC. She attended chapel since freshman year, and, during her 
senior year, planned the Christian formal. She was also president of the campus 
Christian organizations and served on the search committee for a new chaplain. 
She participated in the Lebanon Valley Education Partnership (LVEP), worked 
in the College Relations Office since her freshman year, and was also a resident 
assistant. 

LVC has given Shila many opportunities to discover a great deal about 
herself. Through the College's study abroad program, internships and activities, 
Shila has been able to play an important role in the LVC community. She 
strives to give back to the College that has given so much to her. 



"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm. 
Ralph Waldo Emerson 



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liel Johnson believes that biology is not a science, but more of 
art. "It's about being creative and designing experiments -- 
appreciating the diversity of life," he said. Gabe majored in 
biology, and plans to go to graduate school to further study plant 
evolution. The decision was a simple one for Gabe, who has 
been interested in plants since he was young and even worked 
as a florist during high school and over breaks. He looked 
forward to attending college, where he could study the science 
of plants, not just their aesthetic qualities. 

When looking at schools, Gabe noticed that LVC had two 
botany professors, and that most professors had been at the 
College for a while. "They must like the place," he remembers 
thinking, which helped him to make his choice. During his time 
at LVC, he participated in summer research and worked as an 
assistant in the greenhouse. In addition to working within the 
science department, Gabe also worked with Bible study and 
served as the historian for Freedom Rings. 

One lesson Gabe has learned in his four years at LVC is, it's 
not what you study that's important, it's the fact that you are 
studying. All majors are equally important." 




Jennifer Berger 

Elementary Education 




Leah Bergey 

Elementary Education 
Spanish 




Catherine Blatchley 

Elementary Education 




ndrea Blevins 

ology 



Rebecka Brake 

Health Science 



Marlene Brechet 

Business 



Katherine Bright 

Music Education 




amela Brockwell 

ealth Science 



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Spanish Health Science 



Steven Buzinski 

Psychology 




lissa Byerley 


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Natalie Decker 

Psychology 



Amy Demps 

Music Education 



Craig Denlinger 

Business 



Megan Deveney 

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:h has a lot of good things to say about LVC and her 
memories from time spent on campus. Anyone who knows Melissa or 
just recognizes her from around campus would say that she is always 
busy and always smiling. 

During her years at Lebanon Valley, she worked hard to earn her 
double major in math and finance. Serving as the president of the 
Math Club, she was able to help organize the Math Olympics for local 
fifth graders. This day provides a fun way for students to look at math 
while playing sports. In addition, she also helped to put together the 
Math Quiz Bowl for local students. 

Melissa has been involved in the community and on campus through 
other facets as well. She participated in the Relay for Life and was on 
SAAC, the Student Athletic Advisory Committee. As the candidate 
for SAAC for the softball team, she helped to bring educational 
programs to the athletes on campus as well as organize community 
service activities for the softball team, which included donating time to 
clean the Quittie. 

When asked about her favorite place on campus, Melissa smiles and 
is quick to say, "the softball field. I've had so many good memories - 
both in terms of the game itself and the people I've met." 

Besides all of the studies, services and activities that Melissa 
participated in at LVC, one of the biggest events of her life happened 
on campus. She met her future husband, Kevin Poole, a senior who 
majored in music education. 



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i his^Bg list of activities and friendly personality, it's hard for anyone on 
campus not to know and like Scott Payonk. His friends agree that he is 
one of those people who isn't afraid to go an extra step to make someone 
laugh. Most people would probably recognize him from his many musical 
and theatrical endeavors. For four years, he participated in the marching 
band, where he played the drums and served as the drumline captain for 
two years. His many theatre productions include: Harvey, Guys and Dolls, 
Lonestar, A Midsummer Nights Dream, Crucible, and The Mystery of Edwin 
Drood. "The theater feels like a second home to me. I have been there for 
hours on end, and learned a lot about myself in that time." 

Scott was one of the founding members of the LVC chapter of Iota Phi 
Theta, where he served as president his senior year. He also played a big 
part in student's lives on campus through service as a peer advisor for one 
year and a resident assistant for two years. In addition, he has 
participated in the campus radio station and has been involved in 
numerous intramural sports. 

Through his time at the Valley, Scott has met many people that have 
influenced his life in positive ways. "To narrow it down to one person 
who influenced me the most is impossible. Dr. Atkinson, my advisor, 
Kevin Pry and Steve Spiece of Wig and Buckle, and Jon Wescott in 
student services have all had a key part in my experiences." 

After graduation, Scott plans to go on to graduate school and get his 
degree in either special education or student services. He'd like to thank 
all of his family and friends for their love and support that helped him to 
make it through college. 




Michael Dougherty 

History 




Ariel Douglass-Devine 

Psychology 




Lisa Drauschak 

Elementary Education 



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lexis Dry burgh 

usic Education 



Sterling Dunlap 

Business 



Amy Dural 

Financial Mathematics 
Economics 



Eileen Dwyer 

Health Science 




Stephen Enders 

Music 



Justin Engle 

Chemistry 



Mark Engle 

Business 




aura Erdman 

nancial Mathematics 



Jodi Eaust 

Health Science 



Tona Eaust 

Business 



Alexis Federoff 

Music Education 



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Caitlin Flinn 

Psychology 



Adam Frantz 

Business 



Matthew Frederick 

Elementary Education 



Daniel Gallagher 

Elementary Education 




Shannon Gamble 

Elementary Education 



Roberta Gantea 

Economics 
Political Science 



Andrew Gena 

Music Recording Technology 



Ashley Gerhart 

Elementary Education 




Nathaniel Geyer 

Biology 



Crystal Gibson 

Biology 



Amy Gindhart 

Chemistry 



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Psychology 



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ney decided to work with children with special needs based 
oh her experience with a volunteer program at East Pennsboro Area 
High School. "My aunt is a special education teacher for my district's 
middle school," she said. "We came up with a volunteer program to 
send high school students to the middle school to spend one day a 
month helping my aunt and her students. Working with these students 
with special needs confirmed my aspiration to be a teacher." 

"I think the most rewarding aspect of teaching students with special 
needs is knowing that you have a specific goal for each student, and you 
don't give up until that student has met that goal. Finding the 
appropriate instructional technique to meet each student's individual 
needs and finally watching a student succeed makes all the work well 
worth it," Megan said. 

Lebanon Valley College's education program was a large factor in 
Megan's decision to attend. "I was impressed with the campus -- 1 liked 
the location, size and facilities of LVC. But I loved the idea of having a 
certification in both regular education and special education, which a lot 
of smaller schools do not provide." 

In addition to working with special needs students, Megan played 
basketball her freshman year, and was on the swim team her sophomore 
through senior years. She was a member of the Pennsylvania State 
Education Association and Circle K. Outside of school, she was 
involved in 4-H and the Horse Club, and she shows her Arabian horses 
for the Eastern Amateur Arabian Horse Show Circuit. 



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•wing up. "Severed members of my family were musicians and 
they stressed the importance of music to me at a young age," he said. 
Matthew also credits his many music teachers for encouraging him to 
continue with his musical studies. 

Over his four years at LVC, he was involved in numerous activities, 
including Chamber Choir, Concert Choir, Handbell Choir and Jazz Band. 
He was president and treasurer of the LVC chapter of the AGO and also 
served as the music director for the Wig and Buckle presentations of 
Sweeney Todd and The Mystery of Edwin Drood. In addition to all his 
campus activities, Matthew served as the choir director at St. Paul's 
Catholic Church in Annville. He plans to continue serving as a church 
musician after graduation, and will graduate with two degrees -- a B.S. in 
music education and a B.A. in music (concentration in organ and sacred 
music). He also plans to pursue a career in music education and would 
like to teach private lessons. 

Matthew chose Lebanon Valley for several reasons. "I visited many 
different colleges and universities and found that I felt most at home at 
LVC," he said. "The size of the campus and student population and the 
facilities were all part of the appeal. Most importantly, however, was how 
much the music faculty made me feel welcome, especially my organ 
instructor, Dr. Shelly Moorman-Stahlman." 

"Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life." 
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Jared Grove 

Actuarial Science 




Michael Grudzinski 

Computer Science 




Kathryn Guenther 

Music Education 



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Christopher Gunnell 

lusic Education 



Erica Hansen 

Music 



Alexis Harner 

Financial Mathematics 
Economics 



Kyle Hassler 

Health Science 




latthew Hauk 

igital Communications 



Michael Hoinowski 

Music 



Sophornarak Horn 

Business Administration 



Daniel Hornick 

History 




lelinda Hunkins 

lementary Education 



Hillary Hunter 

Elementary Education 



Diane Huskinson 

English 



Thomas Iacovone 

Political Science 



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Music Business 



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Psychology 





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Amy Johnson 

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Jarred Jenkins 

Psychobiology 
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Gabriel Johnson 

Biology 




Tara Kauffman 

Elementary Education 



Craig Kazda 

Political Science 



Erin Keiper 

Health Science 



Laura Kenney 

Elementary Education 



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ihara Kershner 

'sychology 




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>se who know Ryan Kitko are quick to say that he has affected LVC in 
•aany positive ways. Through S.A.F.E. (Student Action For the Earth), 
he helped to start a recycling program on campus. In the fall of 2001 , 
over 42 cubic feet of paper was recycled, and the program has continued 
to grow in leaps and bounds. Ryan also presented other ideas to the 
administration, such as placing a windmill on campus that would be an 
educational tool for many of the College's science courses. During his 
years with Freedom Rings, he started the "coming out" door that is seen 
in the College Center during National Coming Out Day, and Jeans Day, a 
day that supports those in the homosexual community. 

In 2004, Ryan became financially independent from his parents, and 
worked at MJ's Coffeehouse and the College Center Desk to support 
himself -- all while maintaining a 3.7 GPA as a biology major with a 
chemistry minor. Although he has endured a great deal, Ryan has 
persevered and become an inspirational role model for many of the 
students at LVC. 

After graduation, Ryan plans to attend Evergreen State College in 
Olympia, Washington, to pursue a master's of environmental studies and 
then go on to obtain his doctorate. His goal is to teach at a small, private 
liberal arts college, much like LVC. 

"Success is a process, a quality of mind and way of being, 

an outgoing affirmation of life." 

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te Ruhl knew that she would never get a better opportunity to explore the 
world other than during her time at LVC. She took advantage of the 
College's study abroad program twice. After studying in New Zealand for a 
semester, she went for another semester to Italy. She served as a study 
abroad peer advisor for two years and promoted the program to other 
students considering the experience. Because of her love of traveling, she 
also spent her senior spring break visiting Italy and Switzerland with fellow 
classmate Shila Williams. 

SAGA (Students Acting for Global Awareness) is another one of Kate's 
passions. The group sponsors programs and events about issues usually 
not addressed on campus. Kate lived in a tent on campus when the war in 
Iraq first began, helped coordinate breast cancer awareness events, and 
organized teach-ins about the war in Iraq and the last presidential election. 
She feels very passionately about the issues that the US media doesn't 
address, and felt that SAGA gave her an outlet for the causes she was 
interested in. She also co-directed and co- produced LVC's production of 
The Vagina Monologues, and helped with the Vagina Warriors campaign 
that honored local women for promoting women's rights. 

Kate has also worked in various offices across campus, and served as the 
layout editor for La Vie Collegienne during her senior year. After 
graduation, she hopes to attend graduate school to obtain her master's 
degree and eventually become a professor. She also aspires to work with 
an international organization, as well as spend a couple of years living in a 
foreign country. 



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Kathryn Koep 

Health Science 




Stephanie Kraft 

Health Science 




Lawrence Durrell 



Ashley Kreider 

Spanish 



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)eidra Kreiser 

'sychology 



Yun Kwon 

Chemistry 



Matthew Lady 

Music 



Laura Lagler 

Actuanal Science 




:ric Laird 

Susiness 



Sarah Landis 

Elementary Education 



Veronica Laroche 

Music Recording Technology 



Carrie Lathrop 

Business 




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Craig Layne 

English 
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Alisha Leavelle 

English 



Lynn Leidig 

Psychobiology 
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Frederick Long 

Music Recording Technology 



Kimberly Lorah 

Music 
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Ashley Luhrs 

Elementary Education 



Jonathan Marazas 

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Christine Mathis 

Sociology 



Cheryl Maurer 

Social Health Sciences 



Fairyn McCleary 

Psychobiology 



Lindsey McCormick 

Biology 



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Jaira McJilton 

\ctuarial Science 




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i Gingerich liked the fact that Lebanon Valley had actuarial 
nee, and he liked that he would probably be able to play football 
but LVC wasn't his first choice. "My parents forced me to visit LVC 
because it was close. I wanted to go to the University of Rochester, 
however, I really liked LVC when I visited the campus." 

During his time at LVC, Adam was a three-year letter winner for the 
football team. In his four years, he did not miss a single practice. "I 
really had no excuse not to practice. I just had very little respect for 
guys who sat out because they didn't feel right or they had a little 
bruise," he said. "I have the rest of my life to heal. I might as well take 
the beating while I'm able." 

Sharon Hurst of Career Services was always impressed with Adam's 
can-do attitude. "He can stick with a difficult major which requires 
massive hours of study, and maintain his committment to a varsity 
sport, and he's the only player never to have missed a practice," she 
said. 

Adam majored in financial mathematics and economics. After 
graduation, he would like to find an actuarial job somewhere in the 
Northeast, preferably in Philadelphia, Hartford or Boston. If he could 
pass on one lesson to up-and-coming Dutchmen, it would be "it goes 



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icky Weinhoffer. As student manager of the Phonathon 
, rogram, he might have made the call that made their Vickroy 
possible. "The biggest secret is that there is no secret," Ricky 
said about raising money for the Valley Fund by calling alumni. 
"We have basic scripts, but you really just need to talk to alumni. 
We all chose LVC for a reason. You really just need to talk to 
them and be yourself." 

Ricky, a music business major, became student manager for 
the Phonathon based on "his hard work, dedication and love for 
the College," said Jamie Cecil, assistant director of annual giving, 
who worked closely with Ricky. She said that he fit the criteria 
for a Phonathon worker, describing him as "an excellent 
representative of LVC who demonstrates excellent organizational 
and communication skills." 

In addition to his work with the Phonathon, Ricky participated 
in Sinfonia, Market Square Church Choir, Chapel Choir, Concert 
Choir, Marching Band, and Music and the Entertainment 
Industry Students Association. He also hosted a radio show at 
WLVC. He says that a lesson he's learned during his four years 
at LVC is, "Take advantage of every opportunity; make sure you 
have no regrets." 




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Music Recording Technology 




Kristin Mickel 

Psychobiology 




Brian Miller 

Music Recording Technology 



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lealth Science 



Scott Montgomery 

Elementary Education 



Ashley Morgan 

Digital Communications 



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Economics 








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Katherine Myers 

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Kimberly Nash 

Elementary Education 




Lesley Neal 

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Seth Newman 

Business 



Amber Nolan 

Psychology 



Lindsey Noll 

Elementary Education 



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Robert Nordall Jr. 

Biology 



Scott Payonk 

Elementary Education 



Janice Powell 

Music 



Jennifer Northcott 

Psychology 
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Olivia Palamara 

French 



Gregory L. Phillips II 

Biology 



Francis Pitonyak 

Business 
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James Preneta 

English 



Katie Proctor 

Elementary Education 



Rocco Pastorella 

Elementary Education 




Kevin Poole 

Music Education 




Dennis Reilly 

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ile attending LVC, Rocco Pastorella served in many different roles 
ithin the student body. Beginning his freshman year, he became 
involved with the class activities, serving as class treasurer for the first 
two years and as class president for the last two years. He organized 
fundraisers such as the Underground delivery, candy sales, and class t- 
shirts. Rocco has also participated in student government for four 
years, and ended his time at LVC as president of the organization. 
Within this position, he spent a lot of time planning Dutchmen Day, 
homecoming and the winter formal. He also served on the president's 
committee, the food committee, and the student organization budget 
hearings to help delegate money to the organizations. 

When he wasn't volunteering time to student organizations, Rocco 
was a student supervisor for the College Center Desk. He 
participated on the Red and Blue Crew that supports LVC athletes. 
He played football for three years at the Valley and did track for two 
years. He also served as the president of Phi Lambda Sigma. 



lattheu Riggleman 

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made this college experience awesome." 

Rocco graduated with a degree in elementary education. "It's great 
to see kids succeed when you're helping them, especially to know 
that you had an impact on their life. It might have been something 
little to you, but it was a big deal to them." 



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Who's Who 

Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges 



Justin Albert 
Amanda Bahn 
Christina Barrera 
Rebecka Brake 
Laura Brown 
Nicholas Buckwalter 
Casey Burall 
Jon-David Byers 
Jill Davis 
Lisa Drauschak 
Jodi Faust 
Jessica Ferrell 
Timothy Flynn 
Shannon Gamble 
Roberta Gantea 
Nathaniel Geyer 
Jaime Greenfield 
Alexis Harner 
Diane Huskinson 
Rebekah Jacobs 
Ryan Kitko 
Katherine Koep 
Stephanie Kraft 
Yun Kwon 



Craig Layne 
Frederick Long 
Kimberly Lorah 
Lindsey McCormick 
Liza McLucas 
Jordan Miller 
Gina Mirenzi 
Katherine Myers 
Jordan Newell 
Jennifer Northcott 
Mary Olanich 
Francis Pitonyak 
Katie Proctor 
Kate Ruhl 
Kimberly Shank 
Kristin Showalter 
Sara Smith 
Melissa Ulrich 
Mara Weissman 
Matthew Wensel 
Marne Wessner 
Daniel Zilinskis 




Julie Rittersbacher 

Psychology 




John Rizzo 

History 



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mind open To opportunity and se«z«ng it wnen it comes 
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Jason Roberts 

Business 



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mgelica Rodriguez 

iternational Business 



Jonathan Roth 

Mathematics 



Brandon Rubinic 

Music Recording Technology 



Rebecca Runkle 

Sociology 




irian Sapienza 

usiness 
ccounting 



Amy Saponsky 

Elementary Education 



Melissa Sawicki 

Business Administration 



Letitia Saylor 

Psychobiology 




indrew Schlegel 

lusic Recording Technology 



Courtney Schmehl 

Music Business 



Christine Schmidt 

Elementary Education 



Chad Schreier 

History 



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Kimberly Shank 

Health Science 



Lauren Shivers 

History 



Kristin Showalter 

Music 



William Silar 

Music Recording Technology 




Casey Sipe 

History 



Brad Slavinski 

Accounting 
Business 



Kyla Snyder 

Elementary Education 



Kendra Sowul 

Biology 




Kori Spedding 

Mathematics 



Melissa Stein 

Psychobiology 



Alane Stief 

Sociology 



Brad Stigelman 

Business 



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indsey Strauss 

usic Education 



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Kevin Strunk 

Biochemistry 
Molecular Biology 




Erin Studenroth 

Business 




Larissa Szigeti 

Music 



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[usic Business 



Joanna Tiedeken 

Elementary Education 



Danielle Todd 

French 



Carrie Tonkin 

Elementary Education 




eresa Trainer 

nglish 



Vanessa Tringali 

Music 



Scott Troxell 

Music Education 



Lydia Trump 

Psychology 




>erek Ulrich 


Melissa Ulrich 


Ryan Underkoffler 


Mitchell Waddell 


usiness 


Mathematics 


Mathematics 


Actuarial Science 


conomics 


Financial Mathematics 







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Inge Walker 

Elementary Education 



Kathryn Wallner 

Elementary Education 



Sarah Walls 

Elementary Education 







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Elementary Education 




Jennifer Walter 

Music Education 



Jolee Warrenfeltz 

Health Science 



Ronald Weaver II 

Business 



Jamie Webber 

Music Education 




Richard Weinhoffer Jr. 

Music Business 



Sean Weir 

Economics 



Mara Weissman 

Music 



Matthew Wensel 

Music 



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iarah White 

1usic Recording Technology 



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Shila Williams 

Psychology 




J. Travis Witmeyer 

English 




Theresa Woods 

Historical Communications 



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)aniel Zilinskis 

hysics 



Janelle Yoder 

Psychology 



Aaron Young 

English 
Psychology 



Amy Zeiser 

Elementary Education 




Crystal Zimmerman 

Elementary Education 



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The team opened their season by 
defeating Gettysburg 7-3 and ended 
the season with their best record 
(4-6, 3-6 MAC) since 2000. The 

Dutchmen went 3-6 in MAC play to 
finish in a four-way tie for seventh in 
the conference standings. Senior 
defensive end Lucas Robinson was 
named to the All-Middle Atlantic 
Conference Second Team. Also, 
sophomore offensive lineman Kevin 
Hallman, junior wide receiver Luck 
Rendine. and junior tight end Gino 
Trosa earned a spot on the MAC All- 
Academic Team. 



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First Row (left to right): Eric Laird, Rusty Bentz, Adam Gingrich, Pave McCullough, Adam Frantz. Mike Pougherty. Lucas 
Robinson, Jon Stiner, Pan Yaffe, Mitch Nyman; Second Row: Jason Vannoy, Jimmy Holzman, Brett Keller, Joe Murray, Todd 
Pietrich. Robert Stech, Joey Venezia, John Schuster, Luke Rendline; Third Row: Chris Weaver, &ino Trosa, Pan Stauffer. Jake 
Peterson. Keith Comrey, Perrick Savage, Eric Mirtigari, Maurice Moore, Pete Howells, Brandon Shank; Fourth Row: Sean Zwoyer, 
Matt Murphy, Joe Tomtishen, Brian Kleckner Jr., Pave Zimmerman. Grant Hartzall. Kevin Hallman. John Smith: Fifth Row: Adam 
Hurst, Tyler McCauley. Kevin Krause. Jason Smith, Alex Poorman. Jim Coughlin, Pan Kelly, frabe Relston, Justin Miller. Jake Shipe; 
Sixth Row: Brad Bishop. Adam Brossman. Corey Hall, Russ PeStefano, Chris Loveland, Ryan Brennan, Keith Howard, Terry 
Kaufman, Chris Bradford; Seventh Row: Aaron Mill. Bill Pixon, Chris O'Brien. Kyle Johansen. Clint Vinju, Paul Covine, Alex Hess. 
Ryan Loone, Brian Weidow; Eigth Row: Matt Schendel. Tony Setley, Kris Musselman, Brian Murphy, Jason Kramer. Brandon 
Wagner. Kurt Smith; Back Row: Coaching Staff -- Rick Beard. Mark Costello, Eric Miller. Todd Smith, Tom Gerhart, Head Coach 
Jim Monos, Joe Buehler, Scott Marek, Chris Thompson, Tom McKee, Mike Ponghia 



The fans support the Putchwen 




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HELP HOCKEY 




First Row: Kyw Weed, Fairyn McCleary, Lindsey McCorwick, Amy Saponsky, Erin Pehney, Missy Shultz; 
Second Row: Nicole Caruso, Melissa Prong, Christy Gonzalaez, Claire Uebney, Stepb Marguglio, Mallary 
Anderson, Krista Anderson, Sara Fuhrwan, Megan Armor; Third Row: Alyssa Stine, Chelsea Byers, Jawi (robao, 
Kristin Huber, Christine Schairer, Shauna Enck, Rachel Plourde, Liz Maull, Miwi Sullivan; Fourth Row: Coach 
Alicia Arnold, Coach Stacey Hollinger, Coach Sarah Pietrich, Katie Pawlewicz, Casey Hines, Abbey frockley, Ruth 
"V.C", Coach Erica Johnson, Head Coach Laurel Martin 




The team huddles up. 



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The team's last regular season 
;ame resulted in a shut out putting 
hem at 14-6 for the season, placing 
hem as the third seed in the 
Commonwealth Conference 
ournament for their post-season. 
)verall, the team earned its first-ever 
:CAC title and finished the season 
vith its most wins since going 1 8-3 in 
1000. Sophomore forward Steph 
/larguglio and senior defender 
.indsey McCormick were named to 
he STX/NFHCA Division III South 
Atlantic Region First Team, both also 
vere named to the All- 
Commonwealth Conference First 
~eam. Also, five LVC women were 
lamed to the Middle Atlantic 
Conference (MAC) Fall All-Academic 
Ceam: Melissa Brong. Katie 
'awlewicz, Kym Weed. Missy Shultz. 
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The team finished the regular 
season with a 10-4-2, 4-1-2 in the 
Commonwealth. 

Sophomore Adam Burns was named 
as the Commonwealth Conference 
Player of the Week after his two goals 
in the 3-1 win over Albright College. 
Senior Fran Pitonyak was named to 
the CoSIDA Academic All-District 
II College Division Men's Soccer 
First Team as well as to the National 
Soccer Coaches Association of 
America All-Mid Atlantic Region 
Second Team. Also, seniors Nick 
Buckwalter and Fran Pitonyak, along 
with sophomores Tyler and Erik 
Vargo were named Middle Atlantic 
Conference (MAC) Fall 
All-Academic Team. 



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MEN'S SOCCER 




First Row: Fran Pitonyak, Nick Puckwalter, Prian Sapienza; Second Row: Adam Schies, Pave Sodl, Justin 
Klunk, Chris Rotherwel, Erik Vargo, Pen Christopher, Jason Yamall; Third Row: Coach John Forster, Pan 
Pitonyak, Nick Wanyo, Mike Martin, Pen Wagner, Christian Pednar, Head Coach Mark Pulisic, Coach Charlie 
Grimes; John Mentzer, Adam Pums, Tyler Frantz, Prian Reinhardt, Pave Soule, Matt Rich, Eric Nkuruziza, 
Prandon Morgan 



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WOMEN'S SOCCER 




First Row: Amanda Brown, Kristen Hoover, Jessica Stoltzfus, Pana Jackson, Ponna G-eiger, Ashley Wells, 
Megan Pierce; Second Row: Coach Lauren Frankford, Julia Cupp, Jennifer Stover, Sawatha Keifer, Abbey 
Esbenshade, Kathleen Persak, Coach Mofat Odur, Manager Laura (reklinsky; Third Row: Holly Walton, Lisa 
friaquinto, Renee Kitchenwan, llyse Resnick, Christine Schmidt, Gretchen Artz, Jess Conrad 




Christine Schmidt runs on to the field. 



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The LA C women's team finished 
fifth in the conference with a record of 
8-7-2 and 3-4-0 in the 
Commonwealth. 

Junior goalkeeper Jess Conrad and 
senior defender Lisa Giaquinto were 
named to the All-Commonwealth 
Conference First Team. Conrad was 
also named to the National Soccer 
Coaches Association of America All 
Vlid-Atlantic Division III Second 
ream, and finished an outstanding 
season with a 1 .33 goals-against 
average and a 5-6-1 record to go with 
:hree shutouts. 



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After making a name as one of 
the top teams in the ECAC 
Northeast Conference, the ice hockey 
team moved into the highly 
competitive ECAC West Conference 
this season. 

With a young team and a new 
conference, the season proved to be 
an up and down seasaw. Having 
Craig Vardy, Justin Todd, Jeff 
Smith, Alex Beatrice, and Rob Scales 
named to the ECAC West Honor 
Roll, this being a team high point, 
the guys ended the season at a low 
finshing the last game 5-2 
to Manhattanville. 
They finished the season 5-19-1 and 
1-11 in conference play. 



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ICE HOCKEY 




First Row: Matt Fredrick. Chris Finnerty, Cameron Vanderveer, Head Coach Al MacCorwack, Alex Beatrice, 
Prendon Herr, Sonny Holding; Second Row: Coach Matt Yingst, Andy Ruwwel, Jeff Smith, Shawsher Vellan, 
Ryan Tiburtini, Pete Rossi, Wes Lou, Justin Rodd, Al Anievas, Coach Ted Russell; Third Row: Chris Federick, 
Anthony Lattanze, Rob Scales, Anthony Scales, Pen Pruwbaugh, Ryan Merritt, Jason Slusher, John Crognale, 
Jonas Svensson 




LVC's hockey team rallies for support. 



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VOIUYPAU 




First Row: Jess (rimtz, Natalie Goodfellow, Amanda &ahn, Ashley Watson. Lexi Horstwan, Kristin Nawocenski; 
Second Row: Head Coach Wayne Perry, Katie Ferree, Melissa Stein, Jill Miller, Jess Render, Cat Roth, 
Steph Bedgar, Piana Perry 




Miller serves the ball into play. 



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The women's volleyball team 
finished the season with their second 
victory over Dickinson College, 
ending an outstanding season with a 
record of 24-5. 

After the team's 3-0 loss to Juniata in 
the semifinals, they were able to grab 
the second seed in the ECAC 
Southern Region Championships. 
Also, the team finished the year with 
its fourth-straight 20-win season as 
well as qualifying for the 
Commonwealth Conference playoffs 
for the fourth year in a row. The 
team's ECAC berth was its second in 
school history, while it advanced to 
the championship game for the 
first time. 



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Juniors Amanda Lubold and 
Jenny Larson each advanced to the 
Middle Atlantic Conference 
Individual Championships 
semifinals at Drew University. 
Six members of the Lebanon Valley 
College women's tennis team were 
named to the Middle Atlantic 
Conference (MAC) Fall All- 
Academic Team: sophomore Angela 
Esh, junior Sophia Kwon, junior 
Jenny Larson, junior Amanda 
Lubold. senior Sam Meglino. and 
junior Angie Petiak. 



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WOMEN'S TENNIS 




Front Row: Holly Sallade, Jenny Larson, Saw Meglino. Chris Jessen, Lindsey Noll, Angela Esb, Angie Petiak; 
Second Row: Head Coach Cliff Myers, Jacqueline Hane, Mallory Hane, Sophia Kwon, frooke Sensenig, Nicole 
Interdonato, Leslie Sabas, Amanda Lubold, Amber Ion, Erin Smith, Jennifer Slakoper 



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Front Row: Steve Puzinski, Matt Polinsky, J.P. Byers, Travis Witweyer, Brad Stigelwan; Second Row: Head 
Coach Brad McAlister; Bryan McAlister, Pan Hogan, Peter Ruth, Fred Pope, Adam Brosswan, Luke Foster Third 
Row: Luke Rendine, Hunter Bretschneider, Billy Orr, Jimmy Curran, Matt Walters, Mike West, Brian 
Wolensky 



The bench watches in anticipation 




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The men's basketball team had 
an outstanding season, with a trip to 
the NCAA Division III tournament, 
and a final record of 20-7. 
Senior J.D. Byers had a strong finish 
to his LVC career, and was named a 
First Team AU-American by the 
National Association of Basketball 
Coaches. He also landed nearly 
every major academic award, and 
was the male recipient of the 2005 
Jostens Trophy Award. 
In addition, senior Steve Buzinski 
also finished strong, leading the team 
in rebounding and earning a spot on 
the All-Commonwealth Conference 
Second Team. 






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The women's basketball team 
came in third this year in the 
conference with a record of 9-5 and 
came in third in the overall with a 
record of 17-9. The girls had a good 
season but hope for better standings 
next season. Two members of the 
team were named to the Middle 
Atlantic States Collegiate Athletic 
Conference (MASCAC) Winter All- 
Academic Team: senior Jennifer 
Northcott and sophomore Katie 
Pawlewicz. 



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WOMEN'S PASKETPALl 




First Row: Erin Eaby, Crystal Gibson, Jennifer Northcolt, Tawika Rogers; Second Row: Head Coach Peg 
Kauffwan, Cassandra Martinez, Terri Faust, Bettylou Mihal, Monica Johnson, Assistant Coach Sandy Fauser, 
Assistant Coach Lauren Frankford; third Row: Karissa Peechey, Jamie Reynolds, Katie Pawewicz, Allie Putler, 
Jenna frawbino, Ponna G-eiger 



The team gets a pep talk. 




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CROSS COUNTRY 




First Row: John Silipino, Sterling Punlap, Jeff Slowski, Head Coach Kent Reed; Second Row: Kyle Gates- 
Hiwwelreich, Matt Hauk, Jawes O'Brien, Jeremy Ansbach 




First Row: Leah Bergey, Shannon Gamble, Sarah Zeiger, Rim Citrone, Allison Conety Second Row: 
Brittnay Sanders. Brittnay Pukewan, Alissa Byerley, Annie Zeigler 



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The LVC Cross Country team 
started the year strong under the 
leadership of two seniors. Sterling 
Dunlap and Matt Hauk. 

With the effort of two sophomores, 
James O'Brien and Jeremy Anshach, 
the foursome helped the team have a 
successful run. The season opener for 
the Dutchmen proved that they were 
ready to compete, as they finished 
4th among 1 teams. Ansbach was 
LVC's top finisher with a time of 
30:28.8. Later in the season, the 
Drew Invitational hosted 79 
competitors. Kiner finished 7th and 
the team finished 3rd. Two runners 
were named to the MAC all 
academic team: Josh Kiner and 
Jeff Slomski. 



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The LVC's men's and women's 
swimming teams opened their 
2004-05 season at the Middle 
Atlantic Conference Relays. 

The meet featured 1 events, with 
each having two male and two 
female competitors in each relay. 
They performed well in the 400-yard 
butterfly, the 800-freestyle, and the 
400-yard breaststroke. The team 
finished 4th. Fourteen members of 
the LVC swimming team were 
named to the Middle Atlantic States 
Collegiate Athletic Conference 
(MASCAC) Winter All-Academic 
Team. The men's and women's 
teams concluded their season at the 
Middle Atlantic Championships 
with the men's team coming in 8th 
and the women's team coming 
in 9th. 



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SWIMMING 




First Row: Kiera Anderson, Meghann Wright, Brittany Liptrap, Kelly Wenrich, Cory Hackman, Pen Smith, 
Hannah Plimpton, Amanda Silvran; Second Row: John Silipino, Chris Metzger, Chris Manning, Issac &reen, Jill 
Brader, Aimee Heckman, Angelica Rodriguez, Carolina Russo, Lynn Ponmoyer, Panielle Kern, Janice G-ioddard; 
Third Row: Coach Mary Gardner, Joanna Tiedeken, Kellianne Harkins, Pam Brockwell, Ann Heckman, Kari Jost, 
Kristen Williams, Kevin Uhland, Jordan Jacobs, Nicole Eckert, Kris frazsi, Craig Uyne, Brian Montgomery; 
Fourth Row: Paul Curcio, Chris Whitcomb, Matt Woods, Pan Wolford 



Kevin Uhland practices his 
back stroke. 




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TRACK ANP FIELP 




First Row: Allison Conety, Brittany Pukewan, LaToya Stewart, Jennifer Lazarski, Amy Hartwan; Second Row: 
Crystal (ribson, Kelly Hilkert, Megan Risser, Sbaylene Scheib, Mandy Warner; Third Row: Pryon Laird, Matthew 
Hauk, Ryan Webber, Kyle Gates Hiwwelreich, Joshua Kiner; Fourth Row: Eldin Prodlic, James Puckson, Kevin 
Uhland, Andrew Young, Brian Tiwchula 




Ryan Ziwwer stretches before his heat. 



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LVC had a strong season with 
many atheletes showing they were 
competitors in their field. 

Crystal Gibson qualified for the 
NCAA Division III Championships 
early in the season, in high jump 
with a height of 5-7 1/4. Kelly 
H i Ike rts joined her at the Division 
III Championships after qualifying 
for it in the 400-meter hurdles. Jamie 
Greenfield finished 3rd in the season- 
opener at Susquehanna and was 
named Co-Athlete of the Week for 
her performance. The LVC 
Invitational proved to be successful 
for the Dutchemen, as they finished 
first in 14 events. Many school 
records were broken during the 
season. 



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Baseball finished 7th in the 
Conference with a 19-16 record. 

The team returned all but three 
starters from the previous season, so 
the year started with high 
expectations. Robert Nordall was 
named D-3 National Collegiate 
Baseball Writers Association Pitcher 
of the Week for his performance in 
Florida for the team's season opener. 
Ron Weaver was named team 
Honorable Mention Hitter of the 
Week with 1 5 hits and 1 1 RBIs and 
9 runs. He was also named MVP. 
Matt Sanders was named as one of 
the two winners of the 2005 Middle 
Atlantic States Collegiate Athletic 
Corporation Giant Steps Award 
Winners, finishing 2-3 with a team- 
best 2.66 ERA. 



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PASEPAIL 




Front Row: Scott Montgomery, Robert Nordall, Craig Penlinger, Ronald Weaver, Pennis Reilly; Second Row: 
Aaron Kopetsky, Benjamin Christopher, Richard Schwartz, Jason Rhoads, Corey lawoureaux, Jason Scala, 
John Mentzer, Kyle Johansen; Third Row: Head Coach Keith Evans, Assistant Coach Pave Fortna, Matthew 
Sanders, Ryan Palton, Andrew Pipken, Adaw Prosswan, Gabriel Ralston, Trainer Judd ftroff, Assistant Coach 
Robert Rudolph; Fourth Row: Jakob Shipe, Alexander Morrison, Matthew Rich, Paniel Kelly, Jonathan Kelly, 
Paul Covine, Christopher Schank, Taylor Sgrignoli, Brian McFarlane 



The team waits out the inning. 




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SOFTPALL 




Front Row: Nicolle Henry, Christine Jessen, &ina Pattistella, Lauren Sanford; Second Row: Stephanie Marguglio, 
Assistant Coach Ed Spittle, Head Coach Stacey Hollinger, Assistant Coach Gene Wright, Amy Weist; Third Row: 
Amy Patz, Lisa PiCristofaro, Jennifer Roberts, Jessica Abbott, Audrey Penner; Fourth Row: Jessica Salisbury, 
Kelly O'Toole, Jennifer Parks, Amanda Nace, Alisa Albers 




The outfielders take a quick break for a 
cheer. 



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LVC Softball concluded their best 
season to date as they finished 
second in the Commonwealth 
Conference with a record of 27-12. 

They surpassed the record for games 
won in one season, which were 19 in 
200 1 . Coach Hollinger captured her 
1 00th win as the team swept 
Susquehanna in a doubleheader. 
Kelly OToole was named Pitcher of 
the Week for her efforts against 
Moravian, stopping their winning 
streak and retiring 2 1 of the 23 
batters she faced. 



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With many different competitors 
and teammates, LVC's golf program 
has shown that they are a force 
within the Commonwealth 
Conference. 

Senior Ryan Ogurcak led LVC to 
win the Moravian Fall Invitational 
by finishing 4th. Halfway through 
the Commonwealth Conference 
Championships, Ogurcak finished 
4th, Steve Thomas was in 1 4th, 
Mike McNeff and Mike Wilhelm 
were tied for 2 1st, and Max Linn 
finished 34th. The final day of 
competition proved to be testing for 
Ogurcak, but he defeated Moravian's 
Bryan Ott to capture the 
championship in the first 
playoff hole. 



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MEN'S TENNIS 




Front Row: Sean Weir, Eric Vargo, Philip Rhodes; Second Row: Head Coach Cliff Myers, John Henry, Stuart 
Hartwan, Shawn Pecker, Zachary Kaufman 




Nick Patrizi awaits the serve. 



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The Men's Tennis team had a 
decent season this year with a 
Finishing record of 8-9. 

Erik Vargo and Zach Kaufman each 
advanced past the first round of the 
Middle Atlantic States Collegiate 
Athletic Corporation (MASCAC) 
Men's Tennis Individual 
Championship Tournament, which 
was held on the campuses of DeSales 
University and Moravian College. 
Erik Vargo and Stu Hartman were 
named to the All-Commonwealth 
Conference Men's Tennis Team. 
Vargo was named to the All- 
Conference First Team, while 
Hartman earned Second Team 
honors. 



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You came into our life 

We loved that; little smite 

Mrs. and Mrs. 

Uncle and Aunt 

Mom and Dad after a while 

Our years with you have been special 

Hi^i School (?rad, now College too 

We love you Alisha Leavelle 

And we re so PROUD of youl 

— Mom and Dad 



/£ fe In U13 love of one e family only 
that heartfelt happln&ee Is known. 
Thomas J&ff&reon 



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Robert, 

You are a very special person. You have 
accomplished so much. I am so proud of you 
I wish you all the best In all you do In the 
future. 

Love you always, 
Mom 




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Congratulatlons Danl 

You have always made us very proud. We are 

sure you will be an Inspiration to all your future 

students. 









Love, 

Mom, Dad & Jen 






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To our dear dau^iter Lisa, 

Congratulations as you cross 
that Important milestone In life. 
Pest wishes In your new career 
and may you always touch the 
life of every child you teach In a 
special wayl 

We are very proud of youl 

Love, 

Mom, Dad & Mark 






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Thank You 



Our Patrons! 

Nathaniel Gayer 05 
Mr. and Mrs. Charted 

and Rozanne Pastorefla 



Qufcftis Staff! 

Ashley Louer 

5porte and Greek eectton editor 

Ashley Mtee 

Sporte and Greek eectton editor 

Ashley Morgan 

Senior eeoVbn editor 

Jill KLtaiila 

Sierra Marfcz 
Jin trader 

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Mary I3eth Hower, advisor 









PTiotos (unbss otherwise noted) provided by 
DaVor Photography. The Quittle is 
published and printed by Taylor Publishing. 
Company. 




To Ed Patrick Jr. of Taylor Publishing for 
lending us your guidance and expertise time 
and again without hesitation. 

To Mark Huff and his talented staff at 
DaVor Photography for helping us capture 
life at LYC. 

To Jen Evans of Student Activities for 
her guidance and help with our day-to-day 
issues. 

To Tom Hanrahan and F\eIIy Alsedek of 
the College Relations Office for theft- 
support. 

To the Business Office staff - Ben 
Oreskovich, Connie Kershner and Nancy 
Hartman — for assisting with our 
finances. 






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